By The Blaze. After Kanye West left his lunch meeting with President Donald Trump, during which he said some truly bizarre things, he had some more to get off his chest. So he jumped on a table and gave a speech at a local Apple Store.
Jack Jenkins, a reporter for Religion News Service, witnessed the surprising scene and live-tweeted it. . .
For reasons unknown, West entered the Apple Store and asked employees if he could give a “keynote speech.” Apparently deciding it didn’t matter whether or not the store staff approved of this speech, West jumped on a table.
According to Jenkins, West told those gathered that he made an updated MAGA hat that left off the word “again,” because that part of the slogan “hurts black people.” He also bragged that Trump had worn the hat, showing people a picture on his phone for proof.
He’s announcing he made a hat for Trump that says “made an updated hat that says ‘make America great’ without the ‘again’…and Trump wore it!”
Shows a picture on his iphone of Trump wearing said hat.
Says the “again” part of the original slogan “hurts back people.” pic.twitter.com/mt2vO3Sl86
— Jack Jenkins (@jackmjenkins) October 11, 2018
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Kid Rock and Kanye West Have Both Mused About Running for Office. Now They’re at the White House
By TIME. . .Kid Rock and Kanye West, two of Trump’s most high-profile musician supporters, visited the White House on Thursday for the signing of the Music Modernization Act, which aims to update industry copyright law for the streaming era.
West was already scheduled to meet with both Trump and White House senior adviser Jared Kushner on Thursday to discuss, among other topics, prison reform and the resurgence of manufacturing in America, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders told reporters earlier this week.
The news then broke that Rock, who publicly supported Trump in the 2016 election, would join the president and West at the singing ceremony to witness the music legislation become law. . .
Sooo… Kid Rock just walked into the White House. pic.twitter.com/KZD0mxTQwD
— Eamon Javers (@EamonJavers) October 11, 2018
Both Rock and West have flirted with the idea of running for office. But while Rock ultimately admitted that his Republican Senate bid in Michigan was a promotional stunt for his 2017 album Sweet Southern Sugar, West seems to still be intent on running for president — just perhaps at a later date. (Read more from “Kid Rock and Kanye West Have Both Mused About Running for Office. Now They’re at the White House” HERE)